iPad 2 cases that simplify typing

 

By Posted 26 Dec 2011, 11:55

The iPad 2 is undoubtedly a great product and can be used for a variety of different things as consumers move away from a desktop PC. There are some people who do prefer a physical keyboard if they need to type quite a lot. So today we are looking at iPad 2 cases that simplify typing as well as protecting your device.

One such device is the Zaggfolio iPad 2 keyboard case that combines a removable keyboard with an iPad case, which then turns it into a one piece unit that promises to be easy to carry around and use. The keyboard is almost a full size unit that will help you to type at a quicker speed.

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The Zaggfolio will obviously add a little bit of bulk to your iPad but not by much and still covers the iPad 2 completely once closed. The case is simply opened up before the iPad 2 is placed into the keyboard support slot. The Zaggfolio is available in a variety of colors and starts at $99 for the polyurethane version, or the leather version is priced at $129.99. Head over here to find out more about the Zaggfolio iPad 2 case.

Logitech are known for a variety of accessories for many different products, but they also have the Keyboard Case for the iPad 2. The case is basically an aluminum tray that has a keyboard inside, with the iPad slotting into the tray when you are transporting the device. There is a slot above the keys where the iPad is placed when in use, and can be in either a landscape or portrait position.

The Logitech case has a minimalist design that adds hardly any bulk to the iPad 2, and offers great protection for your device. You won’t have to worry about batteries as the keyboard charges via USB via the iPad. This is priced at $99 and more information is available here.

Do you have a keyboard case for your iPad?

  • Liz

    I just got this keypad for christmas and I would say that it is just as good as the apple version!

  • Frank Kendralla

    I have been testing the ZaggFolio compared to the Apple Keyboard, and typing without a external keyboard.  I can type much faster on the Apple keyboard (no doubt due to the size).  For convenience (if an extra keyboard is desired or needed), the Zaggfolio is a nice setup.  However, I find that sharing my iPad when using the Zaggfolio is not convenient.  Therefore, when meeting with folks, I go sans Zagg.  – drFrank